Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 9/11/11
The Brookings institute posted its findings on American sentiment towards American security a decade after September 11, 2001.
Tony Pallotta of Macrostory on the ongoing divergence between bonds and equities, from Zero Hedge.
Floyd Norris at the New York Times notes that bank stocks are repeating their behavior from 2008.
Goldman notes August, 2011 was in the 98th percentile of most volitile months since 1928.
The median price of a single family home is getting awfully cheap relative to gold!
Cullen Roche has a go at Paul Krugman in defense of MMT, on PragCap.
I consider “higher education” as big a ponzi as exists in our culture these days. Natasha Singer takes a look at the corporate presence that dominates modern colleges.